Gran Patrón Burdeos Tequila

    Tasting Notes This ultra-premium, dark-copper-color añejo shows strong wood flavors with notes of vanilla and dried fruit. Its Bordeaux-like characteristics are reminiscent of a finely aged Cognac. Worth Knowing Distilled, aged in French and American oak, then distilled again, it is then finished in barrels sourced from Bordeaux. It comes in a distinctive crystal decanter, which is housed in a wooden chest. Note Prices are average retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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